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Do You Have 5 Minutes to Help Cord Cutters News? (Winter 2018 Survey)

Cutting the cable connection to coax connector illustrating people cancelling cable TV serviceCould you help Cord Cutters News with 5 minutes of your time? Every few months we try to do a survey to help keep in touch with our readers and what is happening in cord cutting. With this weekend being the official start of winter 2018 we thought would do a quick survey.

If you would take 5 minutes and answer the questions below it will help us greatly. All answers are 100% anonymous.

(If you use an iPhone or iPad you may want to use this link to fill out the survey. For some reason, Google Docs has issues on iPhones and iPads.)

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6 Responses to Do You Have 5 Minutes to Help Cord Cutters News? (Winter 2018 Survey)

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    rosalyn221 December 26, 2017 at 10:53 am #

    You left Philo off as a choice of service we want to try. Philo gets a vote from me.

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    Donna December 26, 2017 at 11:36 am #

    I find you send out to many emails, it makes me feel oh no “another one” maybe just one or two a day would make them seem more important. Just a thought.
    Thanks for listening

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    Vicky Bair December 26, 2017 at 3:08 pm #

    I think a little more quidance is in order on question what do you pay monthly to Watch Video, etc? I figured the cost of Amazon Prime, and guessed on what my unlimited internet I pay for monthly. Since I am a really new cordcutter. Also another question would like added for next survey. What channel apps do you use with choices listed and an other option with a write in feature? Would be very helpful to know for us.

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    Bob Muenchen December 26, 2017 at 4:21 pm #

    Next time I suggest you put YouTube and YouTube TV next to one another to help people tell them apart. Also the range of costs could be wider. I went from $252 on Comcast to $156 which wasn’t really reflected in the available answers. I’m also using WOW! Internet, which has no data cap. One of the things that drove me away from Comcast was that they dinged me repeatedly for going over my data cap when it was 350 GB. So I went with NA since it wasn’t possible to describe that scenario. I’m looking forward to seeing the results!

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    FranchisePlayer December 26, 2017 at 5:32 pm #

    Your question “How much on average do you pay for video content each month after you cut the cord.” and the followup question “How much did you pay for video content each month before you cut the cord.” need clarification. Some folks had Netflix/Hulu/Amazon, etc both before and after cutting the cord so the numbers would be the same yet the answers don’t accurately reflect that option. If the questions have a different meaning, it’s not obvious. For the question “Best FREE Streaming Service”, you need the option N/A, Don’t know/care or something in addition to the the choices given.

    As a side note, please stop with the annoying popups asking if I want notifications for your website. I shouldn’t have to keep answering this question.

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    Mary Miles December 26, 2017 at 10:29 pm #

    Maybe add low income AT&T only $10 1024 gig 6mphs (??) internet plan